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Driving home from a party tonight, noticed my right turn signal going about twice as fast as my left (normal). Just started doing it tonight. The flasher on the dash blinks twice as fast as the left, and so does the rear and front turn signals. Has to be whatever controls the turn signal right?
What could be the problem here?
03 Mustang coupe v6 with 51k miles.
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2000 GT - SOLD
I'll miss ya old girl.
yea, when a bulb goes out it flashes really fast.one of your bulbs is probably out. just turn on the signal and look around the car at each light and see wich is out. get the bulb # off the bulb or outa your owners manual, go get a new one at walmart or autozone or somehtin, and install the new bulb. and try not to touch the glass on the new bulb with your fingers when you put it in. they are said to ware out faster if you do.
Sorry to be a party poopper but i have the same problem, my relays and fuses are good and my bulbs are new. also i have intermittent control over the passenger side window from the drivers switch but the passenger side switch works fine
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